Pillowcases - Oat Milk
Not ready to splurge on a full set? Try hemp pillowcases! They're the perfect introduction to hemp bedding and we guarantee you'll be back for more.
Made using 100% hemp fabric in "Oat Milk" - a soft, light beige.
Pillowcases are sold in a set of two.
- Machine wash separately on delicate cycle in cold water with a gentle liquid detergent
- If desired, a gentle fabric softener may be used every few washes
- *Pro-tip*: add an extra rinse to the cycle to remove all traces of soap (especially if using fabric softener!)
- Tumble dry extra low/low and remove promptly. Do not over-dry or use high heat
- Do not bleach!
These pillowcases are amazing. You can really feel the breathability and coolness while you're sleeping, and I no longer constantly flip my pillow over trying to chase the cool side. They really stay cool all night! And they are so smooth. Even my skin feels better sleeping on this fabric.
Why hemp is better
Hemp fabric is perfect for bedding. It's naturally antibacterial, antimicrobial, hypoallergenic, moisture wicking and thermoregulating. Not to mention hemp is eco-friendly, sustainable, and biodegradable. What else could you ask for?
Hemp wax is superior to traditional soy waxes. It's toxin, paraben and phthalate free, vegan, and comes from renewable resources. Hemp wax also provides an even, slow burn with excellent hot and cold throw, is skin-safe (clinically tested and dermatologist reviewed), and FDA approved.
The power of hemp
Our hemp is planted in rural, isolated areas on barren ground without using pesticides, insecticides, fertilizers, and hardly any water.
When hemp is cultivated its roots detoxify, enrich and restore the soil through bio-accumulation and phytoremediation. In other words, hemp’s roots draw out heavy metals and toxins, absorb carbon dioxide, and return significant amounts of nutrients. This prevents soil pollution and keeps our land healthier for longer periods of time. In fact, hemp was even planted at Chernobyl with hopes to remedy the polluted soil and water.
On the other hand, cotton and many other crops extract water and nutrients without replenishment, which harms, pollutes and deteriorates the soil.